The Toronto District School Board (TDSB) is the largest and one of the most diverse school boards in Canada. We serve approximately 247,000 students in 583 schools throughout Toronto, and more than 130,000 life-long learners in our Adult and Continuing Education programs.
With over 40% of our graduates ranking as Ontario Scholars, more than 80% of our graduates go on to university or college.
TDSB staff members are the backbone of the system. A talented community of educators and support staff are dedicated to enriching the lives of all students and helping them achieve success. The TDSB employs approximately 42,000 individuals who build a positive learning environment by supporting our Strategic Directions and Mission Statement. Our standards are high because our students are our number one priority.
The TDSB’s Director of Education - Colleen Russell-Rawlins is supported by the Senior Team who is responsible for:
- Serving our students and communities
- Improving academic performance
- Managing business services
- Providing staff support
- Operating and maintaining our buildings
Multi-Year Strategic Plan Goals
1. Transform Student Learning
2. Create a Culture for Student and Staff Well-Being
3. Provide Equity of Access to Learning Opportunities for All Students
4. Allocate Human and Financial Resources Strategically to Support Student Needs
5. Build Strong Relationships and Partnerships Within School Communities to Support Student Learning and Well-Being
The Toronto District School Board is the largest school board in Canada and one of the largest in North America. We have nearly 600 schools and serve approximately 247,000 students each year.
- 174,000 elementary students
- 73,000 high school students
- 2,270 international students
- 130,000 continuing education students
- 29,600 students are enrolled in immersion and extended French programs
- 23% were born outside of Canada
- There are over 120 languages spoken by TDSB students and their families.
- 16,360 permanent teachers (11,360 Elementary, 5,000 Secondary)
- 6,350 occasional teachers (4,310 Elementary, 2,040 Secondary)
- 15,500 permanent support staff and 4,200 supply/casual employees (including Designated Early Childhood Educators, professional support workers, caretakers, maintenance staff, IT support, administrators, etc.).
- 583 schools in total
- 473 Elementary Schools (including 1 Elementary/Secondary Indigenous Education School, 18 Elementary Alternative Schools, 6 Special Education Self-Contained Schools)
- 110 Secondary Schools (including 1 Elementary/Secondary Alternative School, 20 Secondary Alternative Schools, 4 Caring and Safe Schools Programs, 5 Adult/EdVance Programs, 2 Native Learning Centres, 6 Special Education Self-Contained Schools)
5050 Yonge St, North York, ON M2N 5N8, Canada